Students Celebrate Dr. Seuss’ Birthday

St. Helena School students spent the afternoon honoring the world’s most influential children’s author.
Photo courtesy of St. Helena School

On a day that would have marked Theodore ‘Dr. Seuss’ Geisel’s 113th birthday, St. Helena School students honored the famous children’s author on Thursday, March 2 with a variety of Dr. Seuss inspired-activities.

Students and their teachers celebrated Geisel’s literary legacy and even dined on some famous green eggs and ham for the special occasion.

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